We investigate the pressure for the law to change to force internet providers to block pornographic content online
Near field communication is becoming more prevalent in our everyday lives, and can be used to pay for Tube fees and goods in shops
Public demand for the latest gadgets supposes that we condone the employment standards in the far east, but isn't it time we all took a stance to stop them?
Many sources feel education is failing schoolchildren by teaching them how to use software, rather than programming it. Will the latest £22 gadget be the answer?
Sites such as Wotcher and Groupon trade on the power of bulk buying via merchants. We ask if this offers a good deal and what happens if things go awry
Although heralded as the next big thing by television manufacturers and film makers alike, it seems that the general public beg to differ and are staying away
Wikipedia went offline for a day in January to protest against two laws currently under consideration in the US. We ask what it would mean if these laws are passed
Are you prepared to pay an annual fee to receive five unknown products a month? We look at a new shop and ask if it's a step too far in the current financial climate
Paperclips, tin cans, rubber bands – all everyday items we take for granted but it took a genius to invent them. The Science Museum's exhibition tells their story
We ask why ebooks readers have no embedded fonts or easily accessible footnotes and how typographical errors not in the original book appear
If you're used to expressing your views freely in the pub, you need to take care when sharing those same views on Facebook or forums. We explain why
In 2012 the number of generic top-level domain names will be increased so that almost any word can be used as the final part of an internet address
We look at some of the hardware and software that can make a difference to a student's life at college
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